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"We're not in Kansas anymore..." Click on the Unity Search button and type "software". You will see an orange hand bag with an A in it marked "Ubuntu Software Center". Click that and in a few moments when it settles down, you will see four big menu icons across the top: All Software, Installed, History, and Progress. Click on the "Installed" icon. You'll ...
How about something like this: start vmstat with its output directed to a log file, and background it & [optional] sleep for a few seconds (to get a baseline) && [when sleep exits] start stress e.g. vmstat 1 20 > vmstat.log & sleep 5 && stress --cpu 8 --io 4 --vm 2 --vm-bytes 128M --timeout 10s in this case, giving $ cat ...
Go to your Bios Settings and change to boot from the DVD. If you don't know how to go to your Bios turn off your computer.After turning on your computer press F2 or F10 or F12(most common).Usually there is a note indicating what button to press to go into your Bios.After you boot from the DVD you will see some options.Choose Try Ubuntu.
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